Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Post It

I've always been interested in mail art although I've never really created any myself. However the other day I happened upon Gillian Allen's great little PS tutorial on faux postage and decided to have a go. This is one of those things which is very addictive and I can't stop making postage stamps now. Must try and find a mail art swap...


  1. Those look like real stamps! I'm going to check out that tutorial!

  2. You can send me mail art any time! ;)

  3. sallyt6:29 pm

    Fran, these are terrific! Wow, no wonder you're hooked - you're a natural. Why don't you hostess a faux postage swap with people whose art you like? (or maybe just anyone -- so I could get invited! LOL.)
    Seriously, I am in love with these that you did. I need to mosey over to that tutorial.

  4. Ooooh, these are delicious!! I agree, you should host a little swap (says she, with the big baby-blues fluttering, hoping for an invitation;-P) - I really like mail art, as long as I know the recipient does too - imagine someone binning all your hard work or thinking you just sent them some manky old envelope LOL! I do of course have the faux postage paper which I bought years ago, made a couple and put aside for 'some other time'... maybe it's time to look it out (though these are for stamping and yours are digital??? Must go and see that tutorial!!)

    Hugs, Lolly xxx

  5. Wow those are beautiful Fran!

  6. These stamps are superb! love them.